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Part II: The Relevant Business Model

OneCoWork Catedral | Av. de la Catedral 6-8, Barcelona
Jun 25, 2019
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Join Stay Relevant for a series of presentations on some of the most critical topics organisations and professionals face and need to address to remain close and important to their customers. Each hour and a half will be full of examples on how we can all move closer to our customers and give the opportunity to learn how companies can rise to the challenge of being relevant in the fast-moving digital age.

About the event

In a world where customer needs and expectations move fast, we need to ask ourselves, "what are customers demanding and how can companies react and adapt to the new reality to continue their growth?" The relevant series is an opportunity to debate, share your own experiences and to walk away with actionable ideas that will make your business indispensable to your customer

About the speaker

Alfonso Roig is the founder of Stay Relevant, a consultancy firm helping organisations transform the way they work, collaborate with others and use technology to be close and important to their customers.

When & Where?

Wednesday 12 June 2019, 10:00-11:30

Part I: The Relevant Business Model

How can an organisation adapt their business model; attract and retain talent and be trustworthy?

Wednesday 25 June 2019, 17:30-18:30

Part II: The Relevant Professional

How can we all adapt to the future of work, master collaboration and learn to be indispensable?

The event will take place in Meeting Room D+E at OneCoWork Gòtic, Avinguda de la Catedral 6, Barcelona


Non-member tickets – 3€

OneCoWork members – free (booking is essential!)

Want to join us? Spaces are limited, make sure to book your spot on Eventbrite.

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